not a happy bunny

not a happy bunny

Particularly unhappy, irritable, or displeased. I could tell the producer was not a happy bunny after Jake used such inflammatory language on the air. She was not a happy bunny after her work permit application was denied.
See also: bunny, happy, not
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not a happy bunny

BRITISH, INFORMAL
If you say that someone is not a happy bunny, you mean that they are annoyed or unhappy about something. I am receiving around 1,000 virus emails a day. I am not a happy bunny. Note: This expression is used humorously. Note: `Bunny' is a childish word for a rabbit, and the expression is meant to sound like part of a children's story.
See also: bunny, happy, not
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

not a happy bunny

used to suggest that someone is displeased. informal
2004 This Is Wiltshire Then Alan answered the phone. The majority of the conversation was unprintable. Basically the smoking chips hadn't been delivered again and Alan wasn't a happy bunny.
See also: bunny, happy, not
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